F1 » USF1 backer confirms exit


Potential title sponsor Locstein AG has confirmed that it will not be a part of the USF1 programme.

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theyank

February 24, 2010 4:29 PM

Commodore - Interesting article on autosport showing more optimism than I can muster. 60 current employees and the 10 who have departed = 70 employees at the peak? Probably hard to build/support an F1 car with 70 employees. Anderson micromanaging engineering releases? A definite roadblock. Don't think Hurley has the expertise to turn this around. I hope someone puts all this together someday and pinpoints the main USF1 failure mechanism.

Honestly - Unregistered

February 24, 2010 6:08 PM

The U.S. does not have the driving talent necessary as driving talent is not the qualifier,having the money is,simple as that,thats why you see TV and Movie personalties racing in U.S. series as well as well heeled people.You see it in Nascar when a female is held high on a pedistal because of hype,not driving talent.The U.S. is where it deserves to be in world motorsport,nowhere.As the saying goes,Talent walks money talks.

JOSE - Unregistered

February 24, 2010 7:24 PM

@Honestly, Wonderfully put my man, Thanks a Mil...Just what I've been saying for a long time.
TALENT ...You cant buy it and a truck full of gold won't produce it, either you have it, or you don't!! their is no substitute for a experienced F1 driver.

Windser has been lying to the F1 world for a very long time. Truth wins out most of the time. Turn out the lights, put out the cat, close the door, time to put an end to this ruse. I really think fraud may play a part in that Anderson and associate's bull. I would still like to see the car, I really believe their never was one, just some parts drummed up with 50+ employees.

Time will tell, remember what goes around comes around!

JOSE



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